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We are a region defined by connection. Here, the Cincinnati USA CVB connects qualified travel, trade and news journalists, freelancers and bloggers with information and resources to tell Cincinnati USA’s stories.


Tourism Counts: Cincinnati visitors inject $5 billion into local economy

2017-09-27 :: In 2016, more than 26 million people visited the Cincinnati region and spent $5 billion collectively, according to a new report, The Economic Impact of Tourism in the Greater Cincinnati Region. Growth in the region’s travel and tourism industry outpaced national averages in most key categories, reflecting the local industry’s trend of year-over-year progress.   More >

Cincinnati USA CVB Creates New Multicultural Sales Team

2017-09-21 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau has announced the creation of a new multicultural sales team to build on its success in attracting multicultural meetings and conventions to the region.     More >

National Baptist Convention USA, Inc. Hosts 137th Annual Session in Cincinnati

2017-09-01 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau, and the entire Cincinnati region, will welcome thousands to the Queen City next week for the National Baptist Convention USA, Inc.’s 137th Annual Session, held Sept. 4-8 at the Duke Energy Convention Center.   More >

Cincinnati USA CVB Hosts Multicultural Travel & Tourism Forum

2017-07-24 :: Leaders in the events and hospitality industry will discuss the impact of diverse market segments at the 2017 Multicultural Travel and Tourism Forum this Wednesday, an event hosted by the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau’s multicultural platform, Vibe Cincinnati.   More >

Cincinnati USA Welcomes 37th National Veterans Wheelchair Games, July 17-22

2017-07-13 :: More than 600 veterans and 3,000 volunteers will converge in Cincinnati next week for the 37th National Veterans Wheelchair Games, held July 17-22. The National Veterans Wheelchair Games is the largest annual wheelchair multi-sport and rehabilitation event in the world.   More >


2017’s Best Foodie Cities in America
October 10, 2017 :: WALLETHUB - It’s no secret that Cincinnati has been on the rise in the dining scene, and a new national ranking seals the deal. The Queen City is No. 20 when it comes to the best cities for wining and dining on a budget, according to personal finance website WalletHub. More >
Great Places in America: Over-the-Rhine
October 6, 2017 :: AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION - Cincinnati's dynamic Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhood has recently enjoyed a rapid and successful renaissance. By using innovative planning, and harnessing the rich history and aesthetic beauty of the neighborhood's architecture, OTR has once again become a popular area for Cincinnatians and tourists alike.
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Is Beer Saving Cincinnati's Neighborhoods?
October 5, 2017 :: FOOD & WINE - Weeks before he's up for re-election, at the end of a campaign said to be the most expensive in the city's history, when Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley stepped out to give his annual State of the City address, in which politicians typically talk about all of the great things they have done for their constituents, Cranley chose to go with beer.
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The Midwest’s 38 Essential Restaurants
October 4, 2017 :: EATER - The Midwest is our center, an enduring hub of transportation and trade, the nation’s Silk Road lined with tracks of steel. Immigrant cultures, both longstanding and recent, nourish communities with traditional foods: Serbian goulash in Milwaukee, snapper over mole verde in Chicago’s Logan Square, Somali sambusas in Columbus, and yes, chicken and waffles in Detroit. These plates have become just as fundamental to the culture here as cheese-stuffed burgers and Michigan cherry pie. Together they form this guide, a collection of the region’s essential dining destinations created by 10 experts and me. More >
Where to Travel in October
October 4, 2017 :: FORBES TRAVEL - Fall is officially upon us and though you may be tempted to stick to the usual staples — leaf peeping, pumpkin picking and harvest festival-going — these seven destinations prove that October can be anything but ordinary. From a fashion museum in Marrakech to a taco extravaganza in Arizona, amazing experiences abound this autumn.
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Tether Cincinnati connects local creatives to job opportunities, other creatives
2017-10-17 :: More >
Cincy's food scene affordable, accessible and boozy
2017-10-17 :: More >
BLINK: by the numbers
2017-10-17 :: More >
NKY redevelopment project will go forward despite failing zoning vote
2017-10-17 :: More >
Hacking Heroin winners embarking on real-time implementation
2017-10-17 :: More >